Advanced Excel conditional formatting video tutorial (part 2)

Creating dynamic forms with Conditional Formatting
In this video tutorial we take a look at using conditional formatting to make Excel forms dynamically respond to user entries.
For example, display "Additional info" fields when users select a particular value, or display multiple sections based on user input elsewhere.

Advanced Excel conditional formatting video tutorial

Get more from Excel's Conditional Formatting tools

Excel's conditional formatting tool really got beefed up with the new options introduced in Excel 2007. But in this video, we show you how to do more with conditional formatting - whether you're using Excel 2010 or Excel 97!
Learn how to... - Highlight a whole row of data based on a condition in one cell
- Change a value with a scroll-bar control
- Make conditional formatting more dynamic

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A Microsoft Access tool to automatically rename your form controls

I love Microsoft Access. There, I said it. Thare are so many things I love about it that I wouldn't know where to start with listing them all. So, it's just as well that this article isn't about that. It's about fixing one of those things that's just a bit of a pain. Use prefixes [...]

The InputBox Function, the InputBox method, and using strptr

The InputBox is one of the most commonly called functions in the whole of VBA. Whether you're writing a complete database application in Microsoft Access, or just adding bit of functionality to your Microsoft Excel workbooks, the odds are that you won't do much coding before you make your first call to the InputBox function.

So, I thought I'd dedicate this post to getting a little more from the InputBox - particularly in Excel, but also in Access.

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